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Sep 12, 2012 11:00am PDT
, chris led our diplomatic post in benghazi with skill, courage and resolve. he built partnerships. >> i risked his life to stop a tyrant and gave his life trying to help build a better libya. the world needs more chris stevens'. >> libya's interim government has condemned the attack. >> marla, as we mentioned, the death of stevens has hit close to home in the bay area. >> he was a graduate of piedmont high school and u.c. berkeley. we have christie smith live from cal with more on his life and service. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, marla. shock and outrage. that is what i heard from one professor here. she had been communicating with chris stevens. he graduated from piedmont high school and graduated from u.c. berkeley in 1982. the spokesperson said they will release a statement about this very soon because u.c. berkeley has been fielding calls over the ambassador who was killed when he and others went to the embassy to evacuate staff as they came under attack. in the video introducing stevens, he mentioned growing up in california saying i did not know much about the
NBC
Sep 13, 2012 10:00pm PDT
helped save from destruction? >> as the libyan president flew to benghazi to visit the destroyed consulate today, he said he deeply regretted the loss of life. >> we're doing our best to bring them to justice. >> the attack showed he does not have complete control of his country. in cairo where the united states turned its back on its old friend hosni mubarak, radicals are troying to destroy the embassy with running battles with riot police in tahrir square, tear gas and stones. it's ironic that with american diplomats inside the embassy who helped to give these demonstrators, these protestors a voice and allowed them to actually carry out this anti-american clashes that we're seeing right now. so what did washington think would happen if he won? as the new egyptian president morsi was campaigning to lead the world's biggest arab country in elections the u.s. supported, he used radical creatures to stump for him. >> without a doubt he doesn't support the violence. >> ed hussein, a former muslim extremist is now with the council on foreign relations. >> what motivates them is the
NBC
Sep 21, 2012 5:00am PDT
.s. consulate in benghazi that killed bay area native ambassador christopher stevens and three other people. brian mooar is live on capitol hill with more on the investigation an those growing protests. good morning, brian. >> reporter: laura, this is a story playing out on two distinct fronts. here on the home front secretary of state clinton has announced as is required by law, a panel that will be investigating what happened and why it was allowed to happen. lots of questions about the security breach at the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya, and how bay area native ambassador christopher stevens and three others were killed. was it an inside job? did the terrorists have help? those are among the questions. it will not just be the panel but also the fbi conducting its own independent investigation. >>> now to the arab world front. protests continuing today after friday prayers. at least one person reported dead in pakistan. it should be reported that the united states has spent $70,000 in ads with president obama and secretary of state clinton announcing that they were not behind this an
NBC
Sep 13, 2012 4:30am PDT
the consulate in benghazi, libya, and killed a u.s. ambassador along with three other people. in reaction to the killings the president ordered 50 elite marines to the region to help restore order inside u.s. installations in that country and the president sent two warships off the coast of libya. they're equipped with tomahawk cruise missiles. they are waiting for orders. and in cairo, riot police around the embassy there had to fire tear gas at protesters several times to disperse the crowd. they responded with rocks. tuesday night protesters in egypt climbed the u.s. embassy walls and burned the american flag there. another possible problem, egypt is operating under a new government. >> i don't think we would consider them an ally but we don't consider them an enemy. they are a new government that is trying to find its way. >> reporter: we're going to show you, this is a live picture of the streets of cairo. the embassy's website there urges americans to avoid areas of large gatherings, even those labeled as peaceful demonstrations. again, live pictures of the streets of cairo. i've se
NBC
Sep 14, 2012 7:00am PDT
made in connection with tuesday's deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi. we're in tripoli this morning. good morning to you. >> good morning, savannah. officials have arrested suspects and have several more under surveillance across the eastern part of the country. they're not shedding any light as to who these individuals are and what role they may have played in the deadly attack. what we do know is that according to libyan officials, some of the individuals have been taken into custody after footage emerged at the protests which the officials hearsay was essentially the cover that was exploited by militant groups. they are convinced so far that this was not simply an outburst or spontaneous outburst of anger against an anti-islamic film that appeared in the u.s. but rather a coordinated planned attack exploited by a militant group perhaps affiliated with al qaeda in the eastern part of libya. >> all right. he's in tripoli for us with the latest. thank you. it's 7:03 now. here's david. >> savannah, thank you. the violent anti-american demonstrations are not letting up in
NBC
Sep 16, 2012 7:00am PDT
of the u.s. consulate in benghazi, site of a deadly ambush on tuesday at that killed four u.s. officials including u.s. ambassador and bay area native chris stevens. security remains tight around the facility. the libyan president tells nbc news that the assault was premeditated and partly carried out by foreigners. >>> another insider attack in afghanistan. the third in three days. four u.s. service members killed in early morning attack believed to involve afghan police in southern afghanistan. nato says at least one afghan officer opened fire on nato troops at a remote checkpoint and that brings the total number of those killed this week by afghans turning on their allies to six. meantime, in eastern afghanistan, officials say 45 insurgents and eight civilians were killed in an overnight strike. >>> we'll find out today whether 350,000 students in chicago will return to the classroom monday. teachers union delegates are set to vote today whether to suspend a massive week long strike. officials from the union and school district met until late last night to work out the exact language
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